The Daily Tar Heel Tuesday November 25, 1952
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News In Brief
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JOHN FOSTER DUCLES HAS BEEN named Secretary of Slale by
Owighl Eisenhower. Dulles, long the Republican voice in the State
Department, and architect of the Japanese Peace Treaty, wrote
the Republican foreign policy plank in the 1952 platform. He and
Ike: are shown above after their conference. NEA Telepholo.
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curtain" of bullets while Ameri
can night bombers handed the
Reds' v surjply system one of the
worst blows of the Korean war.
The ROKs loosed deadly-accurate
rifle and machine-gun fire on
some 480 Chinese x fanning out
along the slopes of Sniper Ridge
in an attempt to surprise South
Koreans on Pinpoint Hill.
BAGHDAD, Iraq A tough new
military-headed government yes
terday dissolved all political par
ties, closed 12 newspapers and
prohibited demonstrations in .the
wake of week-end rioting in
which at least 11 persons were
believed killed and 58 wounded.
Frenzied mobs looted and set fire
to the office of the U. S. Informa
tion Service Sunday, stoned the
British Embassy and attacked two
police stations. Armored cars and
machine gun carriers patrolled
Baghdad streets yesterday.
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AN ALL-TIME HIGH was reached in Knoxville when an 18-inch
snowfall blanketed this east .Tennessee city. This is what Ave.
Viaduct looked like about an hour after the snow felL At least
three persons died during the storm. NEA Teelphoto.
PRESIDENT-ELECT DWIGHT EISENHOWER announced from his
New York office the nomination of three men for his cabinet.
Charles E. Wilson (xight). president of General Motors, in Detroit,
as Secretary of Defense, and Gov. Douglas McKay (lefl). of Oregon,
as Secretry of Interior. NEA Telephoto.
RUDOLF SLANSKY. former
secretary-general of the Czech
oslovakian Communist Party
will go on trial for treason in
Wancrac Prison in Prague, the
Czech Radio has announced.
Slansky, "haichetman" of the
Czech Red Party, fell from grace
in Sept. 1951-NEA Telephoto.
Applications for National Sci
ence Foundation Fellowships for
next year must be in by January
5t A. K. King, associate dean of
the Graduate School, said yester
day. Several hundred predoctoral
fellowships sponsored by the
foundation are open to students
who are now seniors. Selections
are made solely on the basis of
ability. The awards are available
in the agricultural, biological, en
gineering, , mathematical, medical
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LORRAINE CAROL is first in
line to get a job as one of the
14 Copa girls at a new Las
Vegas Club. Lorraine, who mis
sed getting a job at New York's
Copacabana night club last year
because she was too late for
interview, made certain she
would be there on time for this
appointment by parking on the
doorsteps of the rehearsal stu
dio. NEA Telephoto.
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Hanna Co., a Great Lakes ore
concern; the Iron Ore Co of
Canada and the Industrial Ray
on Corp. . . . Though a tough
trader, Humphrey once helped
give John L. Lewis a record
45-cents-an-hour wage increase,
plus welfare fund for the
United Mine Workers shortly
before the 1948 mpaign year.
Some critics said he was trying
to swing the miners over to the
and physical sciences.
Information and application
forms may be obtained in the
Graduate School office. Room 202
CAVID N1YEN 6LYNIS JOHNS
We make large loans on
typewriters, watches, guns,
clothing, jewelry, musical
instruments, and golf sets.
At Five Points
339 W. Main St.
Durham. N. C.
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EMERGENCY ROOMS AND CORRIDORS AT THREE Houston. Texas hospitals overflowed when a
streamline train smashed into a crowded city bus, injuring 45 bus passengers. Shown above is a
scene at St. Joseph's Infirmary as the injured were brought in for treatment. NEA Telephoto.
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SOVIET DELEGATE ANDREI GROMYKO. left, talks with Krish
na Menon of the Indian delegation at the United Nations. India
has formally put before the UN a compromise Korean proposal
that would ban the use of force either to repatriate war prisoners
or to prevent their return home. NEA Telephoto.
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Plott polled 106 votes and Wagger
polled 102 votes, neither enough
for a majority.
Women in both town and dorm
itory districts will vote for two
of five girls running for seats on
the Women's Honor Council. The
coeds are Mary Bumpous, Carolyn
Johnson, Mary Kit Meyers, Nan
cy Shaw and Peggy Trotter.
Men living in Mangum, Grimes,
Manley, Ruffin or Joyner may
vote either in Mangum or Gerrard
HalL Women living in dormitories
will vote either in Alderman or
Gerrard. Town women will vote
either in Graham Memorial or
Jerry Cook, chairman of the
Elections Board, pointed out the
malpractices at the polls and
warned students to abide by the
The malpractices are: 1) No
campaign literature of any kind
is nermitted within 50 feet of
ballot boxes; 2) No person shall
campaign for any candidate with
in 50 feet of the polls; 3) No sound
mechanisms shall be used within
hearing distance of polls; 4) No
distribution of samples, candy,
cigarettes, etc. shall take place
within 50 feet of the polls; 5) No
candidate shall be poll tender
in the district in which he is run
Voters should have their iden-
tification cards. They will be
stamped with the date by poll
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visiting the men. Each student
was also urged to pick up a copy
of a special brief stating the case
against Saturday classes. Other
evidence against the extra class
day includes a list of 63 students
who work on weekends to earn
their way through school.
Trustee A. Hugh Harris, who
came out yesterday against Sat
urday classes, agreed with student
government leaders that chats
with local trustees would help in
showing that Saturday classes
were not in keeping with student
opinion at Carolina.
To Serve Um stead
E. L. Rankin, class of 1940, will
be the private secretary to the
next governor of North Carolina.
Governor-Elect William B. Um
stead said yesterday that he was
"delighted to have the services
of this capable young man during
my coming administration."
Rankin, now a member of the
public relations department of
Burlington Mills, was secretary
to Umstead when he was U. S.
Senator four years ago.
The Regional Assembly of the
National Students Association
will be held here February 5 and
6, Regional Chairman Ken Barton
Dick Murphy, '51, president of
NSA, Avrea Ingram, vice-president
of NSA and Al Lowensfein,
'49, past president of NSA, will
be on hand for the meeting, Bar
The Executive Committee of the
Virginia-Carolinas region met in
the Capitol building . in Raleigh
Friday night and plans were made
Wanda Lou Philpott, Beckley,
W. Va., was selected acting sec
retary of the regional at the meeting.
Today's schedule for Carolina's
radio station follows:
7 p.m. Sketches in Melody.
7:30 Adventures in Research.
7:45 Famous Belgians.
8 Unusual Tales. .
8:30 Chamber Music Concert.
9:30 Masterworks from France.
10 Local news and coming
Students who have not select
ed their Yack proofs should come
by the Rendezvous Room of Gra
ham Memorial between 1 and 5
p.m. or 6 and 8 p.m. today.' There
will be no proofs shown tomor
row due to the holiday. This ap-!
plies to all students whether they
have received a post card or not.
There will be a meeting of all
pre-law students in room 210 (the
court room) of the .Law Building
at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 3.
A film, "Living Under Law," will
be shown. Dean Brandis will ex
plain the requirements for ad
mission to the Law School and
opportunity will be given, to all
present to ask any questions they
may have. ,
The University Party meets to
night in the Grail Room at 8:30
SGE, the professional geology
fraternity, will present a movie,
"10,000 Feet Deep," on Dec. 1
at 8 p.m. in 110 New East.
The French Supper Club meets
tonight at 6 o'clock. Those wish
ing to speak French are invited
to carry their supper trays to the
second floor dining room of Le
The Women's Glee Club will
meet this afternoon at. 5 o'clock,
for a joint rehearsal with the
Men's Glee Club.
The United Nations Committee
meets today at 1 p.m. upstairs
in Lenoir Halll. All interested
in working with this committee
are invited to attend this meet
The Town Girls Association will
meet tonight at 7:30 in the Town
Girls Room, second floor of the
Y. Members are requested to
bring their yearly dues. Plans for
the Valkyrie Sing and a Christ
mas Dance will be discussed.
The Methodist Young Adults
will meet with Joel Savell to
night at 8 o'clock in the church
annex. Newcomers are invited to
attend the discussion.
ine uental Dames will meet
tonight at the front entrance of
the Dental School. Dr. J. C. Bra
uer, dean of the Dental School,
will give a talk and conduct a
tour df the school.
The Publications Board will
meet today at 4 o'clock in the
COME TO THE UNICORN BOOK
Shop It's real BROWSV . . . ! Old
Maps. Prints, Engravings. Lithographs.
Stamps, Rare Phonograph Records . . .
OVER SUTTON'S DRUGSTORE.
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secondary schools and permit
ting persons 18 years old to vote.
Miss Frankie Finch of Greens
boro College was elected presi
dent of the Interim Council to
succeed Ken Penegar of UNC.
Lucius Walker of Shaw Univer
sity was elected secretary-treasurer
of the council, at the closing
session of the assembly.
Gene Cook, Fayetteville, and
Nancy Home, Norton, Va., were
elected by the delegation as Car
olina's representatives to the In
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Grail Room. Daily Tar Heel staff
appointments and other important
business are scheduled.
Coeds in last week's Yack beau
ty contest staged in Memorial Hall
who left personal belongings may
obtain them by identifying the
articles at the Yackety Yack of
fice in Graham Memorial.
SGE To Show
Movie On Oil
Sigma Gamma Epsilon, nation
al honorary geologic iraternny,
will present the movie "10,000
Feet Deep" next Monday night
at 8 o'clock in Room 110 New
The Movie shows the geologic
origin of petroleum, the explora
tion, discovery and drilling for
black gold." It was filmed in the
bayou country of lower Louis
iana by the geophysical crews of
Shell Oil Co. and is technically
During the year, SGE has pre
sented a movie on volcanoes,
ground water and one on glacera-
tion. Dr. G. R. McCarthy, Uni
versity professor and geophysi
cist who spent the summer in
Alaska with the United States
Geological Survey, will give an
illustrated lecture during the win
The movie will be free.
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